Having worked for many years in a ‘healing’ modality, both as a practitioner and as a teacher I am amazed at the number of ‘healers’ who trespass on the free will of another, and use the excuse of healthy interest as a reason for ‘sending’ often un-asked for or unwanted ‘healing’ to another person or a group of people.
Do we know what that person’s soul contract or journey is? Or do we believe that we have the right to just send healing / energy at will whether the person has requested it or not, in many instances ‘for their own good’ because ‘we’ believe that they need it.
Recently, I have had this situation arise on a number of occasions, in one instance where a colleague was injured in a car accident I received an email from a lady I have never met demanding that I send healing to the injured colleague as she is a friend of hers. Had my injured colleague requested healing from me? NO, and had she requested healing from the numerous other ‘healers’ who received the same email message, again NO.
In another instance a young spiritual friend spoke of her group sending healing to people on a regular basis ie every week, do they have the permission of those people? Again NO, and the situation was described to me as having a healthy interest in other peoples welfare.
Well, healthy interest to me is another word for Trespass.
According to the Macquarie Dictionary trespass can be described by the following;
An unlawful act causing injury to the person property or rights of another; an encroachment or intrusion; an offence sin or wrong; to make an improper inroad on to a persons presence time etc.
So the general idea is that trespass is about an unlawful act having a purpose or direction of causing injury to a person or property of another; or an encroachment or intrusion as in making an improper inroad on to a person’s presence time and so on.
Now in the instance of a practitioner using intention as a tool or a direction for healing the practitioner focuses their own intention on the required outcome for the client ie healing or wellness and it is that intention which along with the clients acceptance of the healing intention of the practitioner and the healing itself which accomplishes the healing. However and this is the big one, what if the ‘client’ did not ask for the healing, or does not wish to accept the healing, or the ‘healing is being done at the request of another, quite possibly without the person being sent the ‘healings’ knowledge. Then my friends the practitioner is trespassing, and if the healing has been requested by a third party then they are trespassing also.
No matter how much you may want some thing for another person, Universal Lore says that they must want it for themselves. You may well be interfering with the soul contract of another being by interfering in their life and or their healing or lack of it.
I have always told my students to ‘be careful what you send as you may well receive it back again’ and if you do you may receive it three fold.
In a recent event, which concerned a member of my own family, who I was providing a therapy for as a demonstration for a group of senior students, who are all practitioners in their own right. One of these practitioners approached my family member prior to the demonstration and suggested them using an alternative form of therapy at the same time of the demonstration to ‘aid’ the process.
Now if my family member had not passed this information on to me I would not personally have been aware of it, and the issue at hand may well have turned out very differently. I have had it explained to me that it ‘came from the heart’, however I question a heart which would deliberately sabotage a process through ego, or perhaps ignorance.
Combining modalities is not always a good thing to do, more is not necessarily better. It can muddy the waters of what you are working to achieve. Why? I will ask you to consider what happens when different healers and their intentions and energies overlap – does it negate, amplify, discreate dissipate or realign the intention of the original healing?
Is the combined intention multiplied, or a discordance created due to the individual intentions and even the personal energies and space the individual healers are coming from.
My belief is that the comment I so often hear that ‘healing is healing’ is a fallacy, the individual healing you receive may be of benefit to you if the healer is coming from ‘pure intention’ and has raised their own energetic vibration to a level on which they can access the higher realms of healing or universal energy.
However as in my own instance when I was offered a healing earlier this year following an accident, and the healer in question was not some one I knew, but a friend of my husband and a person whom he spoke of highly. Being in severe pain and having been filled full of ‘medication’ before I left the hospital I was not in a state of mind to question the ethics or the intention of the healer and I agreed to the ‘distance healing’ on my behalf.
Suffice to say that ‘healing’ retarded my recovery by some six weeks, now was that deliberate, or merely some one sending me ‘healing’ from a lower vibration than that on which I work and live.
I have had it explained to me that it ‘came from the heart’, perhaps it did, just as those many healers and groups of people who ‘send’ healing to all and sundry also come from the heart, no matter what kind of fancy paper you wrap it in it is all trespass on the soul journey of another if you do not have their permission.
Do you justify your trespass by saying you come from the ‘heart’?